“Living in Pakistan is like living in jail…” Former Kiwi Player Shared His Experience Of Living In Pakistan

Pakistan’s cricket team has shown good game in recent times, but no one is ready to play in that country quickly. There is a dispute between India and Pakistan, and players from other countries also do not readily agree to go to Pakistan and play.

Currently, the New Zealand team is on a tour of Pakistan. Meanwhile, the statement of a veteran New Zealand player has come regarding this series.

New Zealand veteran cricketer Simon Doull has given a big statement before the series against Pakistan. Recently, he criticized the strike rate of Pakistan captain Babar Azam during live commentary. Not only this, but he also had an argument with former Pakistani cricketer Aamir Sohail. Now he has shared his experience of living in Pakistan.

This former New Zealand veteran cricketer said that he had to face mental torture when he was in Pakistan. He told the Pakistani channel Geo News, “Living in Pakistan is like living in jail. I was not allowed to go out because Babar Azam’s fans were waiting for me. I had to stay in Pakistan without eating anything for many days. I was very upset mentally but thanked God that somehow I could get out of Pakistan safely.”

Currently New Zealand team is on the Pakistan tour for a 5-match T20 series which is to be played between both teams, whose first match will be held on Friday, i.e. 14 April.

The opening match of the series is to be played in Lahore. The first three T20 matches of the series will be played in Lahore, while the last 2 matches will be played in Rawalpindi. After T20, the New Zealand team will play a series of 5 ODIs on Pakistani soil. The first two ODIs of this series will be held in Rawalpindi, and the remaining three matches in Karachi. The first one-day match of the series will be played on 27 April.

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